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Summer University

Take undergraduate classes at one of American's top-ranked universities, and get a taste of college life.

For Enrolled Students


COURSE LISTINGS

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*NEW* MONTGOMERY COUNTY AND ROCKVILLE COURSES
Johns Hopkins welcomes qualified pre-college students to take courses alongside visiting undergraduates at the Montgomery County Campus. Choose from different courses in the sciences and earn 1 or 2 credits in just a few weeks.

2016 DATES FOR SUMMER UNIVERSITY (5 WEEKS)

Term I (commuters): May 24 - June 24
Term II (commuters): June 27 - July 29
Term II (residential): June 26 - July 30

2016 DATES FOR MINI-TERMS (2 WEEKS)

MT I (residential): June 19 - July 2
MT I (commuter): June 20 - July 1
MT II (residential): July 3 - 16
MT II (commuter): July 5 - 15
MT III (residential): July 17 -30
MT III (commuter): July 18 -29

IMPORTANT APPLICATION DATES

International Applicants: February 15
Financial Aid Applicants
: March 15*, with Notification of Awards on April 15
Residential Students: April 4
Commuter Students: June 8

 

For Commuter Students

Discover Hopkins Programs

Intensive theme based credit courses designed to expose you to topics from different perspectives

For Enrolled Students


DISCOVER HOPKINS PROGRAMS
are offered for commuter and residential students. For more information, click here.

2016 DATES FOR DISCOVER HOPKINS (2 WEEKS)

Session I (residential): June 19 - July 2
Session I (commuter): June 20 - July 1
Session II (residential): July 3 - 16
Session II (commuter): July 5 - 15
Session III (residential): July 17 - 30
Session III (commuter): July 18 - 29

IMPORTANT APPLICATION DATES
Financial Aid Applicants
: March 15
Discover Hopkins I, II & II: Residential: June 1; Commuter: June 15

For Commuter Students
Other Programs

ESL

Sharpen and refine your speaking, reading, listening, and writing skills, or improve your test scores.
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Engineering

Engineering Innovation engages pre-college students in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education, inspires them to consider further studies and careers in engineering, and provides an understanding of basic engineering principles and skills.
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